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Looking Ahead: Biz Nets

In the wake of a Monday-like collapse on Wall Street today:

• CNBC — A special, “Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe?” is scheduled to air tonight from 7-9:00pmET. It will be anchored by Larry Kudlow at 7pmET and Maria Bartiromo at 8pmET. Squawk Box begins at 5amET tomorrow.

• FBN — Neil Cavuto‘s FNC interview with former AIG CEO and its largest shareholder Hank Greenberg airs at 6pmET following the AIG news today (CNBC’s Bartiromo interviewed Greenberg yesterday and updated today). Each FBN program will be a “special edition” tonight with a focus on the crisis.

• Bloomberg — Tonight’s Money & Politics with Peter Cook at 9pmET takes a look at the crisis with House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Sen. Judd Gregg. A special edition of “In Focus” airs tomorrow at NoonET: “Your Money In Focus.”

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(Slightly) Uncomfortable MSNBC Moment #3, With a Shot at Fox

CMKO1_8.26.jpgTonight, just after 9pmET, Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann were talking about Hillary Clinton‘s keynote speech. The chat ranged from her once formidable campaign, her place in the Clinton legacy, GOP tactics against her, Democratic party unity, and “the feelings of those people who felt they were screwed” by her not being the nominee.

When the discussion started going long, a producer got in Matthews’ earpiece and wrapped him. “I’ll wrap in a second,” Matthews jumped.

Then it got weird.

Olbermmann introduced Democratic House Leader Steny Hoyer, “who has been standing by and listened to us go off at the mouth [making the talking-too-much hand motion] on the subject of the Sen. Clinton speech tonight.”

CMKO2_8.26.jpgMatthews took offense: “You made that sound, Keith. I can do the same to you. That’s what I thought and I said it.”

But apparently Matthews’ oratory was effective. Rep. Hoyer saying, “I agree with Chris, who says there are many people for whom the Hillary Clinton campaign as well as the Barack Obama campaign was not just a candidate but a cause.”

Even so, it made for another uncomfortable moment from the MSNBC set. And what’s more, the chat also included a shot at Fox News…

>Update: The clip is after the jump…

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